District administrative court of Kyiv decreed to forbid mass actions in Kyiv on November 7. Those who violate the decision will be fined, press secretary of Kyiv main police department Volodymyr Polishchuk told the press.

Nevertheless, about hundred supporters of the Communist party have gathered on Bessarabska square on the occasion of the 94th anniversary of October socialist revolution, ForUm correspondent reports. They are holding red flags and portraits of Iosif Stalin and Belarusian president Aleksandr Lukashenko.

Another hundred has gathered near the monument to Lenin. The participants, mostly pensioners, keep coming.

"No one has a right to forbid peaceful meeting. This is our holiday and we will hold a march along Khreshchatyk. Let them fine us, but personally I don't think they would dare to come with their administrative protocols," says communist Evgen Tsarkov.

Both communists and nationalists' political parties filed applications to the Kyiv city administration to hold mass actions on the occasion of the 94th anniversary of October socialist revolution.

Communists, numbering 4 thousand people, plan to hold a march along Khreshchatyk, while Ukrainian national party and Congress of Ukrainian nationalists, numbering 1 thousand participants, plan to protest on Mykhailovska square. No conflicts or collisions are expected, but police forces have still placed seven buses with law enforcement officers inside near the mentioned placed.

Pres secretary Polishchuk also noted that if communists start their march along Khreshchatyk, administrative cases will be brought against the organizers.

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